Enable to create links between pages
As the contents in the notebook keeps increasing over a period of time, I would like to have a link or connector to a previous page or a different book within the app to quickly navigate to the desired content instead if flipping through the pages.
This feature is requested sooo often, but they seem to ignore it still. I mean, people even try to work around the lack by creating pdf templates...I really don't know what's so difficult. I don't know one other writing app I use, that doesn't allow hyperlinks. It's weird. I wish they would just tell people, why that feature is so terrible difficult to implement in Goodnotes. It's such a basic feature and you even use it on paper (like making your own index and putting colorful flags between pages to find stuff). I really wish they would allow it. It would be handy for planners and if you use Goodnotes as a notetaking app for Uni too. I struggle to find topics fast, when reviewing. I would even be fine if I would neet to insert buttons instead of link it with handwritten notes. Just a form or number and a small note underneath where it leads would be enough for me.
additionally a table of content would be helpful (create a table of content for your documents)
Fernando Solís commented
Both in-document and web hyperlinks would be awesome!!! Please add this!!!
this would be awesome! please consider it!
I thinked the mark would works like an index, but it only allows a description for a page. Like an index, it´d allow different pages linked buy a unique subject
Judy Tadlock Herbert commented
Please let us be able to create links in goodnotes
I would love this. Keynote has this awesomeness but once you have moved it to Goodnotes you can't move it back to Keynote and edit without losing everything.
Beth Elwell commented
You can currently do this by creating templates in keynote I believe. Check out brookebot’s bullet journal template as an example :)
Simple Wiki style links would be awesome. Perfect for bullet journal style use of app, note taking, and cataloging. This is essential.